Episode 1858: Champagne Football – John Delaney’s Rise And Fall At The FAI
Champagne Football is out today. It’s the definitive history of John Delaney’s rise, reign and spectacular fall at the FAI, by the journalists who brought him down.
Publication day for Champagne Football! Really excited to check out some bookshops later. pic.twitter.com/P5PI3mzvmM
— Mark Tighe (@marktigheST) September 17, 2020
Eoin and Ken interviewed authors Mark Tighe and Paul Rowan at the book’s virtual launch last night and we’re making the chat available to everybody for free.
— Dion Fanning (@dionfanning) September 16, 2020
Plus there’s episode 4 of ‘Where Is George Gibney?’, Scorsese goes Irish, and truth is stranger than fiction.
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— Brian O'Driscoll (@BrianODriscoll) September 17, 2020
Today's show is awash with nationalistic fervour
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